The ‘MyLife’ range of cars comprises special edition models for the Punto, Qubo, Bravo and Doblo cars and is set to be revealed at the Geneva Motor Show next month.
First introduced in the Fiat Punto hatchback in 2010, the MyLife range is designed to showcase Fiat’s technology and low-CO2 engines.
A special edition Punto MyLife was launched in Europe in November 2010, but it was not available for UK customers.
In the case of the Punto, the MyLife version comes in the form of the 1.2-litre 69bhp model. A larger 75bhp 1.3-litre MultiJet diesel engine is offered in the compact Qubo MPV.
The other two MyLife special editions include the Fiat Bravo and Fiat Doblo fitted with 1.6-litre MultiJet engines in 120 and 90bhp derivation respectively.
All Fiat MyLife models come with fuel-saving Start&Stop as standard alongside a host of in-car technology.
This includes satellite navigation and the latest in ‘infotelematic devices’ such as Fiat’s Blue&Me Bluetooth technology.
All four models come with black highlights on the exterior including door handles and side mirrors. Inside, special upholstery has been added to the MyLife range.
According to Fiat: "The new Fiat range is the ideal response to customers who are increasingly attentive to technological innovation, driving pleasure and environmental issues."
The MyLife range will be on display at Geneva alongside the new Fiat Freemont SUV, the first model to come out of the Italian’s tie-up with US-based Chrysler.
It will be joined by the new Fiat 500 TwinAir, the most efficient and eco-friendly petrol engine available on the market today with CO2 emissions below 100g/km.